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CCID recognizes that there is need to build resilient communities in Africa capable of:
• Advancing the rights and empowerment of women and girls,
• Empowering individuals and groups to become community change agents,
• Promoting Health, Education and Human rights for all people
We recognize that these rights are essential to social, environmental and economic growth of communities and for justice for all indigenous people.
We envision an Africa where;
All women and girls can exercise their rights and make informed decisions about sexuality, relationships, pregnancies, child bearing and marriage, free from coercion, violence and discrimination
Communities work together with numerous stakeholders to push community driven development. They are aware of their rights and work to empower each other while pushing development.
Young people have access to educational opportunities as well as access to youth friendly reproductive right services
Young people have access to information, resources to assume leadership with focus on social planning and policy change aiming at social action and system change
CCID aims to advance the rights of communities, women, girls and young people in Cameroon while strengthening community leaders and community based organizations to respond to the needs of indigenous people.
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